Prosthetics sculpted, molded and cast by the AMAZING Beatrice Sniper
I AM THRILLED TO ANNOUNCE THAT RORY ABEL, WRITER/DIRECTOR/EDITOR OF PHOBIA & FIRST ASST. EDITOR ON GUT HAS JUMPED ON BOARD AS EDITOR FOR THERESA & ALLISON! THE POOL OF TALENT ON THIS PROJECT JUST KEEPS GROWING!
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IT’S GOING TO BE A BUSY SUMMER!
Back Road is a modern “cabin in the woods” horror/thriller film that follows a group of college kids messing around in the wrong neck of the woods.
Madeline and her College Friends take a mid Summer Vacation to their Family’s Cabin for one last Get Together before Life Starts to Set in. During the Drug Induced Journey, they have a Deadly Encounter with one of the Country Folks which leads to Them Trying to Cover up their Tracks. When the Country Folks find out Who They Are and What They Did, All Hell Breaks Loose when they hunt down the Inconsiderate City Folks. Watch as these City Folks fight to save Themselves in this Action Packed Thrilling all American Horror Movie that will leave you Breathless!
“The Deterioration Blues” is a sticky love letter to 1970’s 42nd street grit and grime.
CHRISTOPHER BOUCHIE (WRITER/DIRECTOR) & EVAN MAKROGIANNIS (PRODUCER) BROUGHT ME IN TO PLAY ‘LYDIA’, A CHARACTER I ORIGINALLY PLAYED IN A PREVIOUS SHORT FILM, ‘IN FURS‘. ‘THE DETERIORATION BLUES’ IS IN THE SAME WORLD AS ‘IN FURS’, WITH THE SAME BUNCH OF SORDID CHARACTERS, BUT HIGHLIGHTS A DIFFERENT STORYLINE. IT’S A UNIQUE CONCEPT & I AM EXCITED TO BE BACK WITH THIS AMAZING CAST & CREW!
MORGINI THE MAGICIAN
WE ARE TAKING MORGINI FROM STAGE TO FILM, ORIGINALLY PERFORMED THROUGH ENDTIMES PRODUCTIONS BACK IN 2011. I WILL BE REPRISING THE ROLE OF MORGINI’S MAGIC ASSISTANT AND PROTECTOR OF BUNNIES! MORGINI WILL BE PRODUCED BY 32ND STREET PRODUCTIONS, CREATORS OF THE RECENTLY SUCCESSFUL SERIES, ‘LEMMINGS’. CHECK OUT THE TRAILER BELOW. MORE ANNOUNCEMENTS AND UPDATES COMING SOON!
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I WILL BE PARTNERING UP WITH ADAM LEONG (WRITER/PRODUCER/’GUY’) & AYESHA CORN (DIRECTOR) TO PLAY THE ROLE OF ‘GIRL’ IN THE UPCOMING SHORT FILM ‘SEARCH’!
AND FINALLY, I AM SUPER EXCITED TO BE TEAMING UP WITH THE OH-SO-WONDERFUL SEAN MANNION AND THE FABULOUS NICOLE SOLOMON ON AN UPCOMING SHORT SET TO FILM THIS SUMMER. THE PROJECT IS IN IT’S BEGINNING STAGES, SO THERE WILL BE MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON!
AND NOW FOR FUN!
CHECK OUT SOME MOVIE THEMED ‘MEME’ POSTERS FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE!
WE ARE SLOWLY ACQUIRING ALL OF OUR MACHINERY THANK YOU TO THE AMAZING IAN HUBERT!
WE HAVE WRAPPED PRINCIPLE PHOTOGRAPHY ON MEME THE MOVIE! CHECK OUT A TINY TEASER VIDEO AND SOME PICS FROM PRODUCTION BELOW!
I WAS ZOMBIFIED FOR A FEATURE FILM DIRECTED BY ‘THERESA & ALLISON’ DIRECTOR, JEREMIAH KIPP STARRING ERIC ROBERTS, JONNY BEAUCHAMP, TOM SIZEMORE & NANA GOUVEA!
AFTER ROCKING THE ZOMBIE SCENE IN JERSEY, I HEADED TO ALLENTOWN, PA TO PLAY A FLYING ROBOT KILLING ANDROID IN ‘CARBON COPY’ BY PANDORA MACHINE!
WE JUST WRAPPED ON ONE OF THE MOST GROTESQUE SCENES I HAVE YET TO FILM IN T&A.. 4 NAKED GIRLS, GALLONS OF FAKE BLOOD, INSANE FX MAKE-UP BY THE AMAZING BEATRICE SNIPER INVOLVING ME RIPPING FLESH OFF OF A GIRLS THIGH..
UPDATED FILM REEL!!!
THERESA & ALLISON
(ROUGH CUT) CLIP!
‘The Long Short’
(written/directed by Shabazz Ray)
AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD!!!
OCKTOBER FILM FESTIVAL
WRAPPED ON EDGE OF OBLIVION!!!!
FILMED OUR FINAL DAY OF OBLIVION IN ALLENTOWN, PA ON OUR NEW SPACESHIP!!!!
AND THE REMAINING CAST (MINUS MANDY & BOB) WRAPPED!
ENDTIMES PRODUCTIONS NEW SHOW! AT TIMES SCARE (TIMES SQUARE, NYC!)
He’s back! America’s most beloved MC has been exhumed and he’s ready to claw (and chew, and eviscerate), his way back to the top of the hosting food chain! Look out Fallon. Move over Meyers. Screw you Conan, who the hell watches TBS anyway? Ded has arrived, and he’s coming for you!
Join us Saturday nights at our new Times Scare home, as we present an action-packed 90 minutes full of singing, dancing, sketch, and burlesque. An evening so bloody, so wrong, and so generally off-putting that it will leave your date wondering what kind of a weirdo actually likes this sort of thing.
Really, it’s better that they find out now…
A NEW PROJECT FROM ‘GUT’ WRITER/DIRECTOR ELIAS!
THEY ARE SO CLOSE TO THEIR GOAL!
I RARELY PROMOTE CROWD-FUNDING PROJECTS THAT I AM NOT INVOLVED IN (BECAUSE THERE ARE SO MANY) BUT WITH THIS CAST AND CREW, THIS PROJECT NEEDS TO BE MADE!
“THERESA & ALLISON HAVE A VERY UNIQUE LOVE STORY. IT’S GIRL MEETS GIRL AS IF IT WERE DURING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION OR ONE OF THE BLOODIEST TIMES IN HISTORY, BECAUSE THAT’S WHERE THESE PEOPLE LIVE ALL OF THE TIME.”
JEREMIAH KIPP – DIRECTOR
Help us complete this dark and uncompromising supernatural feature length horror film!
“Hi, this is Charles D. Lincoln, the producer and writer of Theresa and Allison, a feature-length independent horror film, directed by the great Jeremiah Kipp (The Minions, The Sadist, The Day God Slept, Drool, and countless other short horror films) and starring Sarah Schoofs (Gut, Phobia, Meme) and Arielle Hope. Theresa and Allison is the story of Theresa (Hope) who, after a one night stand that turns disastrous, finds herself drawn into a downward spiral of savagery and brutality, all the while tempted by the beautiful and immortal Allison (Schoofs). It’s a supernatural horror story with a modern twist. Uncompromising but intelligent. Bloody but character-driven. And above all, a tribute to the darker films that helped shape our creativity while, at the same time, aiming to do new things within old genres.”
THERESA & ALLISON TEASER TRAILER!
Thank you to MAYNARD’S HORROR MOVIE DIARY for this amazing first review of Phobia!
Check out Maynard’s earlier review of ‘GUT’!
(CLICK ON PHOTOS TO SEE FULL REVIEW)
“The fact is that Elias’ motion picture is one of the best horror films of the year, “low budget” or not. The performances are terrific, the plot unfolds elegantly and the chills come from an intelligent, philosophically-challenging place.”
“Gut is a hard film to watch, downright unbearable. For horror, that’s high praise now of days. Rarely can a film from the genre really surprise us, actually scare us. If you only saw the major releases, it would be easy to predict the death of the genre. However, you have films like Gut that come along.”